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Dec 9, 2013 2:00am PST
more thing. and that call, that put it over. >> but the jury had yet to hear from the defense. which wasn't about to let such a circumstantial argument go unanswered. >>> coming up. who really had something to hide? was it the accused killer? or nici? who certainly had a lot of pills around. >> on january 12th, she got 56. on january 18th, she got 56 and >>> rows of nicole pietz's family and friends listened to the prosecution describe the accused as an oversexed, run-around louse of a husband. a guy who strangled his wife and left her to rot in a scrubby bog. >> we know how she died. we know how he lied. >> each day, david pietz remained emotionless in court. and few, if any, family or friends showed up in rows behind him to have his back. but he did have supporters, like kim adams, a friend from church. >> he does have a very strong network of friends and people who care about him and love him. >> she says team dave chose to back him quietly from outside the courthouse, hoping to avoid the many cameras both in and outside the courtroom. >> i have a lot of respect for those people t
Dec 2, 2013 3:20am EST
individual or individuals, please? >> yes. >> ryan took the stand in his own defense, a ringing and determined denial. >> did you go to the "tribune" parking lot? >> no. >> did you see kent h,itholt anywhere? >> no. >> did you participate in this murder. >> no. >> how could a jury believe otherwise, he thought? there was evidence at the crime scene, after all, footprints, fingerprints, the hair in the victim's hand and none of it matched ryan. it was a friday evening when the jury went out. and that same friday evening when they came back, a brisk pre-weekend deliberation. >> we the jury find defendant ryan william ferguson guilty of murder in the second degree. >> he didn't show much on the outside, but now finally he understood what had happened to him. the sentence was 40 years. and the heitholt's felt they were getting that thing people call closure. >> i'm glad that finally i can remember him as just my dad and someone that was loved by everyone. >> kent heitholt's paper "the tribune" put the story to bed, perhaps for good. but ryan's family felt the polar opposite of relief. t
Dec 6, 2013 8:00pm PST
worked for the department of defense. >> that's what was publicly disseminated, yes. >> but she was really working for the cia. >> that's my understanding, yes. >> a clandestine job with the cia? when we come back, a question -- could marie singleton be hiding other secrets? >> it could turn into an espionage investigation. somebody's going over and helping the russians and the chinese. it could turn into that kind of a case. >> the mystery was just beginning. you can get the latest smartphones for boost mobile. phone. and...shrink your bill. and you don't even need a shrink ray. just pay your monthly bill on shrinks. what if i could build a shrink ray? we would use it to shrink something else. even bigger than a phone plan. something really big. a bandicoot. yes! nice! nice! what's a bandicoot? i don't know -- i'm not sure. own the season with the best price on the latest smartphones for boost mobile. pay from $55 down to as low as $40 a month unlimited talk, text and data. walmart. mm. now he's totally huggable. i wash everything with tide plus downy. makes his clothes s
Dec 1, 2013 10:00pm PST
in the face of the long parade of unkept promises. and the defense team at centurion seemed hardly more realistic than bobbie. didn't this seem like tilting at windmills at that point? >> hope springs eternal. >> narrator: they threw a legal hail mary, a motion that somehow found its way to montana's supreme court. it asked for a new judge to hear a whole new appeal of beach's conviction. >> just give us a fair judge. that's all we're asking for. >> narrator: so they asked, and then they waited. and the request was approved. the montana supreme court asked a judge with a reputation for toughness to rehear the new evidence. in august 2011 barry walked into the courtroom to a chorus of applause. by then, "dateline"'s report on the murder of kim nees had long sense aired and hoards of reporters were waiting for him in the courtroom along with judge e. wayne philips. >> good morning, everyone. >> narrator: and another thing our "dateline" report had done, turn up new witnesses. >> for the whole story was told and the "dateline" piece these witnesses had finally decided, you know, i kno
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